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Amy's death was accidental
The final forensic report on the death of 28-year-old Amy Louise Gerard confirms that the young orca trainer died in an accident. The autopsy showed no evidence of violence and no defensive traces could be found. Nevertheless it remains a mystery as to how the accident happened. The young woman had been out on November 29 with her current partner and some work colleagues at the Molly Malone pub at the port in Puerto de la Cruz, in order to celebrate a friend's birthday. Amy left the party alone after midnight. Her boyfriend left a little later. Only when Amy didn't show up at home the next day and couldn't be located at a girlfriend's home, did her friends report her missing. Immediately a search began, by water, land and air. Her body was found and recovered four days later in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast near the lighthouse.


Amy's death was accidental

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